Month: March 2016

IP Workshop held at ITS Engineering College, Greater Noida

IIPRD in association with Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP attorneys has recently conducted an IP Workshop on 12th of March, 2016 at “ITS Engineering College”, Greater Noida. Hereinbelow are the snapshots of activities conducted at the workshop – As a part of our ongoing Educational and Awareness Programme on IPR, IIPRD takes pride to … Continue reading IP Workshop held at ITS Engineering College, Greater Noida

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IP Workshop held at Our Corporate Office, Greater Noida

IIPRD in association with Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP attorneys has recently conducted an IP Workshop on 15th of January, 2016 at Our Corporate Office, Greater Noida. Hereinbelow are the snapshots of activities conducted at the workshop – As a part of our ongoing Educational and Awareness Programme on IPR, IIPRD takes pride to … Continue reading IP Workshop held at Our Corporate Office, Greater Noida

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IP Workshop held at Hotel Hilton, Jaipur

IIPRD in association with Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP attorneys has recently conducted an IP Workshop on 8th of February, 2016 at “Hotel Hilton”, Jaipur. Hereinbelow are the snapshots of activities conducted at the workshop – As a part of our ongoing Educational and Awareness Programme on IPR, IIPRD takes pride to have successfully … Continue reading IP Workshop held at Hotel Hilton, Jaipur

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IP Workshop held at Courtyard By Marriott, Bhopal

IIPRD in association with Khurana and Khurana, Advocates and IP attorneys has recently conducted an IP Workshop on 30th of November, 2015 at “Courtyard By Marriott”, Bhopal. Hereinbelow are the snapshots of activities conducted at the workshop – As a part of our ongoing Educational and Awareness Programme on IPR, IIPRD takes pride to have … Continue reading IP Workshop held at Courtyard By Marriott, Bhopal

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Khurana & Khurana Publication – Compendium of Trademark Case Summaries – 2015

The Indian trademark jurisprudence in its expeditiously evolving journey saw 2015 attaching many feathers to its hat. With increasing number of litigations, consequently fostering enhanced enforcement and settlements has stimulated players in the ecosystem in being more sensitized and mindful towards the IP lifecycle in India – from filing to injunctions. Significant changes in the … Continue reading Khurana & Khurana Publication – Compendium of Trademark Case Summaries – 2015

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Who Owns the Invention – the Employee and Employer Conundrum

As India’s participation in global trade, including with countries with strict patent regimes, increases, the need of aligning patent policies and practices in India with global standards is being felt. If we look globally, and particularly at the competitive needs of global groupings (ASEAN, TPP etc) and countries with strict patent laws like US, Germany, … Continue reading Who Owns the Invention – the Employee and Employer Conundrum

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Medecins Sans Frontieres (msf) Challenges Pfizer’s Patent Application on Pneumonia Vaccine in India

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) also known as Doctors Without Borders, an international humanitarian-aid non-governmental organization, has filed a pre-grant opposition in India to prevent US pharmaceutical company “Pfizer” from getting a patent on the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV13, marketed as Prevenar 13®). Prevenar 13® is the world’s largest selling vaccine for infants and toddlers, that … Continue reading Medecins Sans Frontieres (msf) Challenges Pfizer’s Patent Application on Pneumonia Vaccine in India

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Exclusions and Inclusions in latest Guidelines given by Indian Patent Office (IPO) for Examination of Computer Related Inventions (CRIs)

The Indian Patent office (IPO) after considering inputs/suggestions/comments from different stakeholders on previously issued Guidelines for Examination of CRIs (click here for IPO guidelines) has reissued the final guideline on 19th Feb 2016.  As per the reading of the guideline, CRIs comprise inventions that involve the use of computer, computer network or other programmable apparatus … Continue reading Exclusions and Inclusions in latest Guidelines given by Indian Patent Office (IPO) for Examination of Computer Related Inventions (CRIs)

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Requirements to be Fulfilled If Invention Uses Biological Material

You might find this article useful if you have questions like what is Budapest treaty, is India also member to the treaty, if my invention uses biological material, what obligations I have to fulfil under this treaty, what are the timelines to comply with those. Budapest treaty is the international treaty on the recognition of … Continue reading Requirements to be Fulfilled If Invention Uses Biological Material

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Interpretation of the Term “Aggrieved Person” Under Section 47 of Trade Mark Act, 1999

The Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in the case Adidas AG v Union of India and Anr vide W.P.(C) 3125/2013 set aside the impugned ex parte order by IPAB dated 28th December 2012 and remanded the matter to IPAB for fresh consideration. BRIEF FACTS OF THE CASE: In the instant case, Petitioner has trademark “RESPONSE” … Continue reading Interpretation of the Term “Aggrieved Person” Under Section 47 of Trade Mark Act, 1999

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